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Medical Canada expected to lead G7 in economic growth, says OECD
Author: 0 Canada expected to lead G7 in economic growth, says OECD

Further, wage growth has been disappointing on average, and not equitable across workers, the report added. "The upturn is promising, but there is no room for complacency", said OECD Chief Economist Catherine L. While the OECD didn't revise its forecast for the United Kingdom - which is for 1.6% growth in 2017, falling to just 1% in 2018 - it continues to expect the United Kingdom will exit the European Union without a free trade deal.

Medical Sam Bradford's knee 'better' but unclear when he'll return
Author: 0 Sam Bradford's knee 'better' but unclear when he'll return

Considering how tight-lipped the organization has been since Bradford missed Sunday's game, it was essentially an outpouring of information, relatively speaking. I know he went into that draft room and said, 'We're not passing him up, ' and so I wouldn't have been here if it wasn't for him. Keenum completed only 54 percent of his passes on Sunday while taking 10 percent longer than Bradford to get the ball out of his hands-according to the NFL's next gen stats.

Medical Health Official Recommends Flu Shots For Illinois Residents
Author: 0 Health Official Recommends Flu Shots For Illinois Residents

Ahead of the Island's flu season the Health Department is due to roll out three new vaccination initiatives from the start of October with a key focus on vaccinating young children, who can act as "super spreaders" of the virus. To compensate people injured by the flu shot and other vaccines , the USA government established the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP ).

Medical S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems
Author: 0 S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems

In a statement shortly after news of the downgrade became public Wednesday, House Republican leaders said: "Pennsylvanians are paying taxes and it is very disappointing Commonwealth budget costs will increase thanks to a small group of unknown people at Standard & Poor's who make decisions based on interviews with a governor and press releases from the state's fiscal officers".

Medical The $999 Apple iPhone X Is A Bargain, Says Tim Cook
Author: 0 The $999 Apple iPhone X Is A Bargain, Says Tim Cook

Tim Cook was put on the spot about iPhone X pricing, with Apple's CEO questioned as to whether the new flagship smartphone was too costly for the typical American user. Retailers such as Walmart offer similar deals. But even installment plan aren't cheap, with monthly payments starting at almost $50 through Apple .

Medical M7.1 quake rocks central Mexico, kills at least 47
Author: 0 M7.1 quake rocks central Mexico, kills at least 47

According to the United States Geological Survey, the earthquake's epicenter was near the town of Raboso. At least 37 people were killed when Enrique Rébsamen elementary school collapsed in Mexico City . The city and its surrounding area are home to about 20 million people. About 40% of Mexico City remained without power as rescue workers dug through the night in search of survivors.

Medical Sensex, Nifty little changed; Reliance Industries hits record high
Author: 0 Sensex, Nifty little changed; Reliance Industries hits record high

The 30-share BSE Sensex also rose by 151.15 points, or 0.47 per cent to end at 32,423.76, its highest closing since August 2 when it had settled at 32,476.74. Indian shares were little changed on Wednesday, while market heavyweight Reliance Industries Ltd hit a record high as a cut in mobile interconnect fee is seen benefiting the company's telecom unit.

Medical Family 'grateful' after DNA cracks 25-year-old slay
Author: 0 Family 'grateful' after DNA cracks 25-year-old slay

The following day, investigators tracked Schara to a CT hospital, where he had been taken after he fled MA and attempted suicide as they began to close in on him, Gulluni said. The following day, a person close to him gave state police handwritten documents in which Schara admitted to the abduction, rape, and murder of Ziegert, the DA said.

Medical China rejects USA demands for pressure on NKorea
Author: 0 China rejects USA demands for pressure on NKorea

The statement came after Pyongyang's testing of intercontinental ballistic missiles on July 2 and 28 and previous ballistic missile launches and two nuclear tests past year. The combined practice came three days after the North fired another intermediate-range ballistic missile over Japan in the wake of a sixth nuclear test early this month.

Medical Suspects in London subway attack may have been fostered in Britain
Author: 0 Suspects in London subway attack may have been fostered in Britain

After the rush-hour bombing, British officials raised the country's terror threat level to the highest level, "critical", meaning an attack may be imminent. "Photos posted on social media show a white plastic bucket with flames coming out of the top - along with wires", NPR's Frank Langfitt reported for our Newscast Unit.

Medical Marchers in Bangladesh protest Rohingya plight
Author: 0 Marchers in Bangladesh protest Rohingya plight

More than 400,000 members of Myanmar's Rohingya minority have fled fighting in Rakhine state, amid what rights activists and some world leaders have alleged is a military-led campaign of " ethnic cleansing ". "We have to make sure these allegations are based on solid evidence before we take action". Despite her ambition to become the nation's president, Myanmar's current constitution bars her from presidency because her two sons are United Kingdom citizens and she is a widow, which makes her ...

Medical No boundary changes for 2 national monuments in New Mexico
Author: 0 No boundary changes for 2 national monuments in New Mexico

National monument designations add protections for lands revered for their natural beauty and historical significance with the goal of preserving them for future generations. The review raised alarm among conservationists who said protections could be lost for areas that are home to ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons and ocean habitats.

Medical Women twice as likely as men to lack interest in sex
Author: 0 Women twice as likely as men to lack interest in sex

As a childless woman who's newly single after ending a long-term relationship, I can personally attest to the fact that sex does get boring once you've been together for awhile. "It highlights the need to assess and, if necessary, treat sexual interest problems in a holistic and relationship, as well as gender-specific, way".

Medical Heart Disease, Tobacco and Poor Diet Among the Top Killers of 2016
Author: 0 Heart Disease, Tobacco and Poor Diet Among the Top Killers of 2016

Ischemic heart disease was the leading cause of death, resulting in almost 9.5 million deaths in 2016, an increase of 19 percent since 2006. Dr Anwar Rafay, one of the authors and consultant epidemiologist and biostatistician at the Contech School of Public Health, told Dawn that although the study had been completed, the reliability of data remained a big question in Pakistan, as compared to the United States, Scandinavian countries and India, where authentic data was available.

Medical Tweet tributes: India mourns war hero Arjan Singh's death
Author: 0 Tweet tributes: India mourns war hero Arjan Singh's death

Today Evening In a statement, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said Singh died at 7:47pm after being admitted to the Army's R&Rhospital following a cardiac arrestthe defence ministry said. Producer BR Chopra, Balraj Sahni meets with Air Marshal Arjan Singh at the premiere of film WAQT. The rank of Air Marshal is equivalent to field marshal of Indian Army.

Medical Education Secretary DeVos hopes schools 're-examine what they're doing'
Author: 0 Education Secretary DeVos hopes schools 're-examine what they're doing'

Rest assured, the same points the protesters were trying to make outside were echoed by the students, faculty and alumni who contributed to the booklet titled " Kansas City Academy Speaks". The zoo school is a chance for Lincoln Public School students who love science and math to focus their studies, doing research and getting daily hands-on training.

Medical Global hunger rises for first time in a decade - United Nations agencies
Author: 0 Global hunger rises for first time in a decade - United Nations agencies

In a fresh global assessment about food security and nutrition, the United Nations warned that the increase is cause for great concern. It "singles out conflict - increasingly compounded by climate change - as one of the key drivers behind the resurgence of hunger and many forms of malnutrition" said a joint statement by the United Nations agencies which drafted the report.

Author: 0 Cuomo will visit Virgin Islands to assess damage from Irma

The governor warned that the islands face "a long road to rebuild" but stressed that NY would stand with them. "Entire power system, aboveground power system knocked down, poles broken like twigs all over the island". New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Thursday $25 million in federal funding will be distributed throughout New York to address the opioid crisis. He added that New York's emergency responders and planners have experience dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes because of Sandy.

Medical MI teacher assaults student for not standing during pledge
Author: 0 MI teacher assaults student for not standing during pledge

Farmington Public Schools said in a statement shared with WDIV that the district supports the right of each student to decide whether to participate in the pledge. The ACLU of MI weighed in on the matter via Twitter, calling "any requirement for a student to stand for the pledge of allegiance... blatantly unconstitutional".

Medical Frank Vincent Dead at 78 From Heart Surgery Complications
Author: 0 Frank Vincent Dead at 78 From Heart Surgery Complications

He had suffered a heart attack a week earlier. The Sopranos star Frank Vincent has been cremated and will be displayed at his upcoming memorial service. He was also featured on HBO's The Sopranos as the arch-nemesis to John Gandolfini's Tony Soprano . Martin Scorsese writes a tribute for Frank Vincent .

Author: 0 Aguero scores hat-trick as Manchester City put six past Watford

Despite all his brilliance, Sergio Aguero has been injury prone during all of his years at City, having never played 50 games in a season. There was the memorable FA Cup game in January 2014 when Fernando Forestieri and Troy Deeney put Watford 2-0 up at the break and it was not until the 78th minute that Sergio Aguero pulled City level, and the 86th minute that Aleksandar Kolarov's put them ahead.

Medical '40 pc of Rohingyas in Myanmar have fled to B'desh'
Author: 0 '40 pc of Rohingyas in Myanmar have fled to B'desh'

Almost 15,000 have received refugee documentation, according to the United Nations, but India wants to deport them all. The UN says nearly 380,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh. The UN Security Council has condemned the violence and there are now calls for Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to do the same. Intelligence agencies suspect that Rohingya Muslim leaders in India are in touch with Pakistan-based militant groups, the lawyer said.

Medical Ryan murder: Haryana government orders CBI probe, takes over school management
Author: 0 Ryan murder: Haryana government orders CBI probe, takes over school management

Talking to India Today, an inconsolable Varun Thakur said, "I do not wish this misfortune upon anyone". Talking to reporters after meeting the parents of slain student Pradyuman, Chief Minister Manohar lal Khattar said though the Haryana Police was leaving no stone unturned to crack the case, the state government in deference to the sentiments and wishes of the parents and of the people was handing over the case to the CBI .

Medical United Kingdom terror-related arrests rise to record 379
Author: 0 United Kingdom terror-related arrests rise to record 379

British police made a record 379 arrests for terrorism-related offences a year ago, official figures show. The figures have soared by 68 per cent since previous year, reaching the highest level since records began. By the end of June this year, 204 people in the United Kingdom were in custody for terrorism-related offences in the country. Domestic terrorism refers to activity where there are no links to either Northern Ireland-related or worldwide terrorism.

Medical Eagles place K Caleb Sturgis on IR, sign Jake Elliott
Author: 0 Eagles place K Caleb Sturgis on IR, sign Jake Elliott

The Philadelphia Eagles will be in the market for a replacement kicker. In college, he was 81 for 104 on field goals and a flawless 202 for 202 on extra points. The veteran in his fifth National Football League season hooked his second PAT but kicked three field goals. Sturgis blooped a mortar kick after the two-point conversion was successful, then told reporters he would be OK to play Sunday at Kansas City.

Medical Detectives investigate death of woman found in hotel freezer
Author: 0 Detectives investigate death of woman found in hotel freezer

The freezer, which was not being used to store food, was located in a building area of the hotel. While searching the hotel, staff found Jenkins in a freezer at around 12:24 a.m. Although Martin went to the hotel and asked employees to immediately search any surveillance video, she said they told her they couldn't do that without a missing person's report.

Medical SC lifts ban on sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR
Author: 0 SC lifts ban on sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR

It had banned the grant or renewal of firecracker licences after various petitions had sought ban on use of fireworks during Diwali due to worse air quality. The court imposed a total ban on transport of firecrackers into Delhi and NCR from outside till further orders. Accepting that there is a lack of clarity on the safety limits of various metals and constituents used in fireworks, the order directs the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and the Fireworks Development Research Centre ...

Medical Who are the Rohingya Muslims and what's going on in Burma?
Author: 0 Who are the Rohingya Muslims and what's going on in Burma?

He said the influx of refugees in the past month took the total number of Rohingya in Bangladesh to more than 700,000. Militia groups, local security forces and the Burmese army responded with "clearance operations" that have forced refugees into Bangladesh and left tens of thousands more displaced inside the state.

Medical Anniversary Livestream 2017: New York Ceremony At September 11 Memorial Plaza
Author: 0 Anniversary Livestream 2017: New York Ceremony At September 11 Memorial Plaza

It's on the rural field where one of the airliners crashed after passengers and crew fought to wrest control away from the terrorists who'd hijacked it and were heading for Washington. GettyThe al-Qaeda terrorists who carried out the attacks. Mark Wilson/Getty ImagesU.S. President George W. Bush sits at his desk in the Oval Office after addressing the nation about the terrorist attacks on NY and Washington, D.C.

Medical Gov. Deal declares state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Irma
Author: 0 Gov. Deal declares state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Irma

Shortly after noon Thursday, Gov. Nathan Deal announced the mandatory evacuation of all areas of Glynn, Camden and McIntosh counties east of I-95 as of Saturday, along with some areas west of I-95 in Glynn and Camden counties. "Irma is a powerful storm". South Carolina Governor Henry McMasters says he "intends" to issue an evacuation order for 10 a.m. on Saturday. "Just because it might be tropical storm, doesn't mean this storm isn't going to be unsafe, ' Cooper said".

Medical After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi
Author: 0 After Shaktipunj Exp, engine and wagon of Ranchi Rajdhani derail in Delhi

This is the fourth incident of derailment in less than a month. Two wagons of the train derailed at around 3:55 pm, even as the railways was dealing with two derailments which happened earlier in the day. On August 19, the Kalinga-Utkal Express derailed in Muzaffarnagar district, killing 22 people. Days later - on August 23 - the Delhi-bound Kaifiyat Express collided with a dumper and went off tracks in UP's Auraiya district, injuring over 100 people.

Medical PSA screening for prostate cancer saves lives after all, study says
Author: 0 PSA screening for prostate cancer saves lives after all, study says

The new study used statistical analysis to correct for that problem. And treatment, which carries with it a high risk of subsequent difficulties with sexual function, urination and bowel movements, is often unnecessary because prostate cancers are often so slow-growing they will never make a man sick.